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Gurkha Free Legal Advice leaflets and factsheets

  • I'm being evicted because of my rent arrears. What can I do?
    Where to turn to you if you are at risk of losing your home because of rent arrears.
  • What is anti-social behaviour, and what can be done about it?
    What to do if someone's behaviour is causing you harassment, alarm or distress.
  • Buying & Selling Property
    This leaflet explains your legal rights and tells you how to deal with many of the common problems you may have with buying or selling a house or flat.
  • Losing your Home - Legal Information
    There are laws to help you if you have nowhere to live, whether it's because you're being unfairly evicted by your landlord, or you or your children are not safe where you live now.
  • Renting and Letting
    This leaflet explains how to deal with problems you may have, and your legal rights, if you rent a flat, house or bedsit. If you are a private landlord, it explains your rights and duties to your tenants.
  • Racial Discrimination
    You don't have to put up with discrimination or harassment because of the colour of your skin or your ethnic group. This leaflet explains your legal rights, and what to do if you are discriminated against.
  • Rights for Disabled People
    You don't have to put up with discrimination or harassment because you have a disability. This leaflet explains your legal rights, and what to do if you are discriminated against.
  • Welfare Benefits
    There are many different benefits available, depending on your needs and your circumstances. This leaflet explains how the benefits system works.
  • Domestic Violence, Abuse and Harassment
    This leaflet tells you about your legal rights if you are suffering any sort of abuse in your home from other members of your family. It also tells you how to get practical help to protect you and your children.

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